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1 Turin,Italy, 6-7 May 2013 Smart utility connectivity Cesar Fuzeto, IP Solution Director, Huawei ITU Workshop “Smart Sustainable Cities in Latin America ” (Sao Paulo, Brazil, 30 July 2013)

2 Challenges GOVERNMENTS & REGULATORY NEAR-SHORT-TERM RENEWABLES & INNOVATION RENEWABLES & INNOVATION SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

3 NEAR-SHORT -TERM NEAR-SHORT -TERM SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT SMART METERING M2M TSO & DSO DRIVEN EVOLUTION MICROGRID NEW BUSINESS MODELS MORE DISTRIBUTED RENEWABLE ENERGY MORE DISTRIBUTED RENEWABLE ENERGY INTERNET DRIVEN (RE)EVOLUTION ENHANCED SERVICES A ND APPLICATIONS ENHANCED SERVICES A ND APPLICATIONS OPTIMIZING NEW POWER INVESTMENTS

4 Islanding/micro grids Grid synchronization/ synchrophasors Demand and Response Meter Evolution from Electricity-Water-Gas-Heating M2MInterconnecting Wind-Farms Next 5-10 Years Source: Funkschau

5 AMI Requirements are not aligned Data Collection Unit (DCU) BPL…….n Substation 1..n RTU meter RS485/FE/GE/DI/USB Fiber GE ZigBee DLMS 2G/3G, LTE/CDMA 450 Etc. Cellular MDMS(Meter Data Management System) IT Infrastructure Authentication Server (AAA)FirewallDatabase ServerVPN Server DLMS MV PLC Integrated Security Module Metering Consumer Network Management Head-end-System Home Gateway ElectricityGasWater In-house home Display Microwave Date Collection Platform PLC Cloud meter

6 Cyber security Developing a base for Advanced machine learning in the grid Communication (ubquitous connectivity and high bandwidth) Integration/ Plug and play Grid components Reliability Availability Efficiency Technology Innovation for Smart Grid

7 Customer Benefit Smart grid success components for consumers Efficient payment Economic Pricing Green gird Home Automation Smart Appliances Smart Metering

8 Smart Grid and it‘s Role in energy Networks Present and Future Challenges Present and Future Challenges Network Reliability Renewable and Distribution Energy Generation Increased Cost transparency Intelligent Asset Management Improving Utility Operations Enhanced Customer Satisfaction

9 Multi Stakeholder Producer Transportation Distribution Consumer Service Provider Content Provider Multi Stakeholder Producer Transportation Distribution Consumer Service Provider Content Provider Multi-Processes Business Processes Market & Trading Operation Multi-Processes Business Processes Market & Trading Operation Multi-Services Measure Control Voice Video Messaging Machine-Type Multi-Services Measure Control Voice Video Messaging Machine-Type Multi-Utility Electricity Gas Oil Water Communication Multi-Utility Electricity Gas Oil Water Communication Communication Networks become Multi-X capable Backbone Access Networks Applications Terminals Cloud Infrastructure Advanced Infrastructure & Services Offerings Requires: Service Oriented IT Architecture & Cloud Infrastructure (XaaS) Advanced QoS handling in Communication Networks 100% security and integrity of private data in shared medium Advanced Infrastructure & Services Offerings Requires: Service Oriented IT Architecture & Cloud Infrastructure (XaaS) Advanced QoS handling in Communication Networks 100% security and integrity of private data in shared medium

10 PublicPrivate Sensor Networks (Telemetering) Ultra Low Power Consumption (battery) or remote powered nodes Ultra-Low Traffic: Bits (instead of Gigabits) per second Long Latency accepted: Message delivery within hours PublicPrivate Control Networks (Telecontrol) Ultra-Reliable (100%) physically redundant communication (e.g. via public backup) Ultra-low latency in Milliseconds (e.g. line protection) Machine Type Communication New Challenges Require New ICT Solutions Private Communication Infrastructure Designed to Specific Customer Requirements Can Outperform Public Infrastructure specially for Control Networks Private Communication Infrastructure Designed to Specific Customer Requirements Can Outperform Public Infrastructure specially for Control Networks Sensors, Meters, RTU, IED Central Systems Designed to requirements Operator SLA required Regulation Barriers Private (Utility Band, PLC, Fiber,...) Public (Mobile, DSL)

11 Comparison of Downlink Communication No. Spec. Name PLC ( S-FSK ) PLC ( OFDM ) (G3 & PRIME) RF/ZigBeeRS Applied Scene High densityAll Disperse, but not too far Centralized 2 Transmission rate 2.4kbps 33.4kbps(G3) 128.6kbps(PRIME) 9.6 ~ 250Kbps bps, theoretically up to 10Mbps 3 Transmission distance 500m 8km ( MV ) 220m ( LV ) * 200m ~ 600m, open field up to 1000m ≤1200m 4 Success rate of one collection About 70-85%95%≥85%100% 5 Success rate of cycle collection ≥95%(period of 1 day) 99%(period of 1 day) ≥95%(period of 1 day) 100%(period of 1 day) 6 Cost LowMedium High

12 Comparison of Uplink Communication TechnologyxPONPublic Network 2G/3G Advantage High capacity Far transmission distance Low latency Strong privacy No network deployment and maintenance Good coverage Mature industry chain Disadvantage Difficult or unable deployment Long deployment cycle High one-time investment Resource sharing with public Poor privacy Low reliability and security Low bandwidth Incapable for Service Development Subject to 2G/3G telecom operator

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14 14 SMART WATER The Telco Opportunity in Enabling the Smart Utilities including: Connectivity, Technology Platform and Consumer Service, Roberto Gavazzi, Telecom Italia ITU Workshop on “ICT as an Enabler for Smart Water Management” Luxor, Egypt, April 2013

15 15 SMART…….. The Telco Opportunity in Enabling the Smart Utilities including: Connectivity, Technology Platform and Consumer Service, Roberto Gavazzi, Telecom Italia ITU Workshop on “ICT as an Enabler for Smart Water Management” Luxor, Egypt, April 2013

16 Energy efficiency needs to be sure about the benefits ICT deployment in support of smart grids forces to reconsider energy-awareness of ICT devices, especially where large numbers of devices are involved (access network, inside home, AMI). an increased smartness on the part of the electrical grid allows greater flexibility in the energy aware resource allocation for the ICT sector; for example, in: the choice of ”green” data centres (e.g., those utilizing renewable power sources; o the introduction of faster dynamics in the energy price range (e.g., energy-price-aware (routing).

17 Thank you very much for your attention and think about the future ….. Image: Sara Heppner-Waldston World ITU Seventh ITU Symposium on ICTs, the Environment and Climate Change 29 May 2012, Montreal, Canada


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